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So who would everyone pick as the most dominant 2 guard in our confrence?
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MBC2K4_old
Depending on what capacity they use him at for various positions, I think Helland could play at any position in the conference from SG-C and be the most dominant. I think he's going to have the most dominant senior season we've seen out of a player in the MBC in awhile. If he's improved his FT shooting at all during the offseason, I think he could be putting up around 25 PPG this year.
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lefty6_old
I think Helland is CAPABLE of putting up 25ppg, but I bet anything he wont. Its not nessessary for his team to win, I think hes got enough help this year where anywhere around 18-21ppg will get it done on most nights.
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wiscott90
# 11 for New Richmond can really shoot the rock. He had a very nice night tonight against Altoona. (sorry I don't know his name)
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I think Helland is CAPABLE of putting up 25ppg, but I bet anything he wont. Its not nessessary for his team to win, I think hes got enough help this year where anywhere around 18-21ppg will get it done on most nights.


In their 4 quarter scrimmage againt RF tonight, Helland at (unofficially), 27 points (9 pts from beyond the arc) and 11 assists...Honestly, I have watched a lot of HS basketball in this area, but he is going to be one of the most difficult players to defend that B-W has ever had. He has learned to become so unselfish and yet could still score when he wanted to.

I realize, this is NOT an RF team that is anything like we have seen before, but still, B-W had, again, unofficially, 4 players in double figures.
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lefty6_old
Impressive...And let me state again that I know Helland is a near impossible matchup at this point, but I dont think his ppg ave. will be over 25. I think if he wanted to he could put up 25ppg with ease, but I just dont think he will end up having to do that. Helland could put up 30 this year if he had to, I just dont think that will be the case though.
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Impressive...And let me state again that I know Helland is a near impossible matchup at this point, but I dont think his ppg ave. will be over 25. I think if he wanted to he could put up 25ppg with ease, but I just dont think he will end up having to do that. Helland could put up 30 this year if he had to, I just dont think that will be the case though.


If he averages 25 a game, something else will not be working. No way will he average that. He has learned to get so many others involved, that is what will help him score.

Easily, the most unselfish (maybe a bad word) team I have seen at B-W, many scoring options and no one seems to be shy about putting it up. Nice "problem" to have.

Case in point....at one point in the second half, I didn't think Wevers had put it up enough, next two times down, it was kicked out to him on the perimeter and he nailed both of the threes.

Like I said, this, to me, is one of the most fun B-W teams I have seen in the past 15 years.
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Brian Wevers, B-W should be near the top of this list. Great perimeter shooter.
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lefty6_old
Touche St. Croix...Touche. I think Helland is too good of a passer and WAY to unselfish to put up 25 per. He is totally capable of it, but its not going to be nessesary I dont think. Hes got a much improved team around him this year (Many (not all[]) think they are the best in the conf. At any rate, hes the best in the conference and probably the best in the area. BW will be very tough with him.
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I don't think Helland putting up 25 per game would be out of being selfish or forcing things, I just think he'll end up on the line quite a bit this year because he is too tough of a match-up for everybody. Anybody who could somewhat contain him in spurts last year has since graduated.

I am already dreading the Durand/BW games this year. Durand only has two guys on their team over 6'3" and both were prone to foul trouble last year. They have nobody to match-up with Marcus down low or out on the perimeter. There are going to be some serious sessions of one team getting worked over when those two square off this season I'm afraid.
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in reply to wiscott, number 11 for new richmond is hayden zimmermann. He is probably going to be more of a point guard, but he is a very good player and is only a junior.

Brock Peterson should be one of the better players in the conference
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vircksad
Alright, we all know that Helland can play, but I was wondering about the actual 2 guards...not who could play that position, the actual little guys.
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